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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Lucy Madison
This year's presidential election will be a contest between truth and lies. Don't think it's that stark? Let's compare how the media handled two incidents. On Feb. 16, philanthropist Foster Friess, a major backer and adviser to Rick Santorum, cracked a joke that became a media sensation.
Ms. Madison explains, deadpan: "Friess' implication is that if women hold aspirin between their legs, they won't open them."